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Mindful : June 2018
Make friendly eye contact We’re not talking about creepily laser-beaming into someone’s eyes. Instead, simply lift your gaze and look into the face of the person handing you your latte or holding the eleva- tor. Just for a beat, meet their eyes; maybe offer a gentle smile that says, “Oh, hello there, fellow human. I see you.” That’s it! Contact made. Good vibes shared. ● Let a manager know you received great service It’s so easy to be a critic. (Um, Yelp much?) But do you shout from the roof- top when you have good customer service? When someone goes out of their way to be helpful, kind, and super-efficient at their job, it’s like a balm for the bumps and scrapes of daily living. Telling a supervi- sor not only gives deserved credit to the employee, it lets the business know what it’s doing right. Really, it takes so little effort to give a compliment, but the mes- sage can go far. Check in with someone you haven’t spoken with in a while They may cross your mind, but the next step is what really matters: Reach out. All relationships require tending, and regularly stretching beyond your immediate social circle is an easy reminder of how much wider our human circle is. Try this: Make a list of people you’d like to stay in touch with (your old college roommate, a retired colleag ue, your aging aunt, the neighbor who is going through a rough time), and post it somewhere you’ll see it every day. Then, each week, pick a name, and then drop a note, write an email, or pick up the phone and call them. You’ll feel good for nurturing the connec- tion, and, who knows, your thoughtfulness might just be the boost the person needed that day. Walk or bike; don’t drive Do you ever get into your car, start it up, and arrive at your destination 20 minutes later with no recollection of the drive? Cars encourage us to disengage from our surroundings—we close the doors and are effectively cocooned in our own little soundproof world until we get out again. It’s harder to turn inward when walking or riding a bike. Instead, you’re out there in the world, exposed to the ele- ments, your attention drawn outward. 866.339.4198 Keycode MFA DharmaC r a f t s Meditation Cushions Inspirational Jewelry Home Furnishings since 1979 dharmacrafts.com DharmaCrafts since 1979 DharmaC r a f t s since 1979 dharmacrafts.com THE CATALOG OF MEDITATION SUPPLIES Call for Volume Pricing for Meditation Cushions 866.339 .4198 Keycode MFA June 2018 mindful 19